To keep your Seed garments lasting for years:


Choose the right size. Ultra tight fitting clothing will wear sooner and pull at the seams


Washing machines wear out clothing, so simply said - wash less and your garments will last longer. Personally I only wash my Seed garments when I get a stain on them or have worn them a multiple of times


When you do wash your Seed garments, choose the coldest water setting and never use the dryer. Warm (or hot) water sets stains in the fabric (plus it's harder on your fibres). Great gramma's clothesline off the back of the house is not only O.G. it's also best for your fabrics. Putting them in the dryer beats them up and thins your fabric (think of where all that lint came from that's in your lint tray - it's your clothes!). Bonus Tips .. Separate light and dark colours so your darker colours don't bleed into your lighter ones, and avoid overloading your machine as friction is bad for all fabrics


Avoid bleach and softeners. Bleach damages your fabrics and softeners coat your garments in a thin film that impedes the positive natural attributes of breathability, anti-static, and thermoregulation (moisture and temperature control)


Your clothing likes to breathe. Natural fabric travel bags breathe. Plastic and synthetic bags do not. And folded clothes wrinkle. Hang your clothes to lessen wrinkles


Treat stains immediately. Warm or hot water for 'fatty' stains only! Cold water for everything else (wine, chocolate, coffee, blood, grass, berries etc). Use gentle detergents and scrub lightly. A heavy detergent and heavy scrubbing might get the stain out, but may also affect your garment colour and fabric integrity in the process. For this reason avoid bleach or other harsh stain removers. You may need to repeat the natural stain removing steps multiple times depending on stain severity. If you're still seeing a stain we recommend to take it to your community cleaner as they specialize in stain removal while generally knowing what to use on what fabrics